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  • Almost People

    (156 listeners)

    pop punk, rock, punk, alternative

  • Ann Beretta

    (8,605 listeners)

    punk, punk rock, virginia, richmond punk

    Ann Beretta is a punk band from Richmond, Virginia. Formed in 1996 by Rob Huddleston, Leer, Chris and Russ (Leer and Chris later left) after the break up of Inquisition. Leer went on to form the band Sixer. This band plays straightforward punk with small doses of rockabilly and country mixed into their sound.

  • Arliss Nancy

    (4,198 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, country, indie

    Arliss Nancy is a five-piece group from Fort Collins, Colorado who play a blend of rock and roll, punk, and alt-country. Their first demo, RUST EP, was self-released in 2008, and their first full length, Dance to Forget , was released in 2009. 2010 saw the release of the Truckstop Roses EP.

  • Ascetic Parade

    (202 listeners)

    pop punk, punk, bands i booked, death to false hope records

    Formed in late 2008, Ascetic Parade all came together with different musical tastes and backgrounds and they're hoping that things come out as listenable.

  • Banquets

    (8,323 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, punk, pop-punk

    While Banquets’ debut 7", 2010's This Is Our Concern, Dude, was well-received and showed off a wealth of potential, the band’s first full length, Top Button, Bottom Shelf, blows all expectations and pre-conceived notions out of the water. Sometimes a band comes along and is able to cut directly through all the bullshit.

  • Capitalist Kids

    (38 listeners)

  • Elway

    (10,928 listeners)

    punk rock, pop punk, punk, orgcore

    Elway is an American punk rock band from Fort Collins, Colorado. Their sound is a unique and inebriated take on a time-tested formula: aggressive punk rock with soaring melodies coupled with lyrics ranging from that of the sad sap to the indignant atheist with a bevy of homespun dick jokes.

  • Gunner's Daughter

    (463 listeners)

    rock, alternative rock, punk rock, punk

    Expected Spring 2014 The Flowers and The Earth will be the 4th release, first full length by Gunner's Daughter. The Flowers and The Earth is a trip through real life stories of the band’s members. This is the most personal record that they have ever written to date. There is an underlying theme of life and death, with the consequences of right and wrong placed subtly throughout.

  • Let Me Run

    (4,315 listeners)

    punk rock, pop punk, punk, alternative rock

    From upstairs you can hear two dog fighting guitars, feel floor shaking bass and see the shelves shiver with each metronomic beat complimented with three distinct voices almost lost somewhere between the amps and the floor boards, but that is from upstairs.

  • Mikey Erg

    (2,139 listeners)

    pop punk, acoustic, punk, singer-songwriter

    Mikey Erg is a god amongst men.

  • Mixtapes

    (25,059 listeners)

    pop punk, indie, punk rock, powerpop

    Mixtapes are an American pop-punk/rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio. The band's current line-up consists of drummer Boone Haley, bassist Michael Remley and vocalists/guitarists/songwriters Maura Weaver and Ryan Rockwell. Weaver and Rockwell met and formed the band in 2010 after the two worked at a music club.

  • Old Flings

    (757 listeners)

    alternative, alternative rock, rock, emo

    What started out as a fun-filled adventure of bringing electric rock sounds to Matt Evans' acoustic sad-jammers has now become an epic journey of sadness, love, and heartache to the ears (and, you guessed it, hearts) of punks across the nation. The journeymen are Matt Evans, Jordan Luff, and Phil Hickey.

  • Pullman Strike

    (64 listeners)

    Stopping briefly in a small Texas town, an itinerant race car driver finds that his stock car, on a trailer behind his motor home, has just been quickly and expertly stripped. He chases down the miscreants, who turn out to be six orphan children.

  • Random Orbits

    (1,053 listeners)

    hardcore, melodic hardcore, fast melodic hardcore, punk rock

    "That young, free-spirited attitude of smalltown bruisers is alive and well with fresh upstarts Random Orbits.

  • Red Collar

    (3,840 listeners)

    rock, north carolina, united states, if you live in north carolina you should really be listening to these bands

    What is ambition anyways? When Bruce was some scrap kid in a ski cap, touring the East, jumping the gate at Graceland, was that ambition? They called him a punk then. That was before punk- in terms of music-was set in stone. His music seemed plain, a return to revving it up when the main scene was adding more and more filigree. The longhair rock gods would have said he wasn’t ambitious enough.

  • Rob Huddleston

    (410 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, indie, singer-songwriter

  • The DopaminesUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (22,993 listeners)

    pop punk, punk rock, punk, pop-punk

    From the banks of the Ohio river, The Dopamines take what they love from the new wave of pop punk and form a style all their own. 25 minutes of no bullshit influenced by 90's lookout, minneapolis punk, and the Kobanes. Buy them a beer. Order Expect the worst!

  • The Eno Mountain Boys

    (1 listener)

  • The Fake Boys

    (2,468 listeners)

    pop punk, punk, punk rock, pop-punk

    The Fake Boys are an addictive, raw, and talented pop-punk band from Boston, MA. A project put together by Jim "Death" Domenici(singer of Hammer Bros). Independent punk rock. For fans of Ramones, Jawbreaker, Descendents, and Teenage Bottlerocket.

  • The Future Kings of Nowhere

    (4,514 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, north carolina, antifolk

    If you walk downtown on a night that The Future Kings of Nowhere are playing, it wouldn't be a surprise to hear them loud and clear before you duck inside the venue.

  • The Holy Mess

    (11,213 listeners)

    punk rock, punk, pennsylvania, philadelphia

    Since 2007, The Confusion Saint has: Smited 2.5 pickup trucks (that they work in Terço). Jammed The Menzingers in a race of the case. Bought a tow shitty of Schramm of the recorded Pat.

  • The Sky We Scrape

    (792 listeners)

    experimental, post rock, instrumental, under 2000 listeners

    The Sky We Scrape is an experimental post-rock band mostly focused on improvisation. They recorded a 6-track demo on November 2007. They still work on the new stuff for their debut album.

  • The Slow Death

    (3,511 listeners)

    doom metal, death doom metal, atmospheric doom metal, australian

    There are mutliple artists with this name. 1) The Slow Death is a melodic death doom metal band from Blue Mountains, Australia with both male and female vocals, formed by Stuart Prickett (mastermind of Elysium and Stone Wings) in 2007. Their style is ultra slow death/doom with melodic riffs, powerful deep growls, grandiose female vocals and tragical lyrics.

  • They Stay Dead

    (169 listeners)

    punk rock, american, premah, melodic hardcore

  • Young///Savage

    (106 listeners)

    post-hardcore, math rock, indie, indie rock